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Women Entrepreneurs of Minnesota

A supportive community where women solopreneurs and business owners can
connect, share, develop and grow.

A welcoming network you can count on!

As the only Twin Cities group that focuses exclusively on small woman-owned businesses and solopreneurs, WeMN understands the unique challenges that women entrepreneurs face. We also know the importance of having a valuable support system in place.

Through our four pillars of Connect, Share, Develop and Grow, we offer networking events, mentoring/development opportunities and monthly programming with your needs in mind – all sensibly priced so that every Minnesota woman entrepreneur can access the benefits of our community.

Networking Events

Join us to make connections with other Minnesota women entrepreneurs! Free for members.

Coffee and Conversations (In Person)
2nd Tuesdays

Quarterly Speaker Events (In Person)

Peer Circles

As a WeMN member, you will receive an invitation to join our annual Peer Circle program. Small groups of women business owners offer the opportunity for close connections, peer mentorship and accountability.

WeMN Peer Circles will kick off in January of 2024!

Biennial Conference

Every other year, we gather for an awesome day of networking, education and inspiration.

Next Conference in 2024!

Member Spotlight

Barb Monson

Leadership Consultant and Event Speaker

Move Your Mountain LLC

Company Description:

Move Your Mountain is a corporate consulting business designed to partner with leaders and the tools they most need for ever-changing workforce challenges.

How long have you been in business?

2 years.

What do you do?

I help leaders improve turnover and disengagement by meeting the needs of today’s radically changing workforce expectations 

– replacing standardized methods of training

– smashing apart employee goal setting

– and understanding the deeper reasons their team is detached.

Who do you serve?

Corporate managers and leaders struggling with turnover and employee disengagement.

What’s one tip or piece of wisdom you’d share with new women entrepreneurs?

Make sure you don’t confuse temporary defeat with permanent failure.  It’s only true failure if you quit.

What advice would you give to someone who wants to follow in your footsteps?

Being an entrepreneur means you’re your own boss, but you’re also your own support. Spend time networking with the intention of finding (and giving) support, not just to find clients.

WeMN, Member and Partner Events

WeMN is proud to share member events and partner events of interest to our community. 

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